Tell what the output value is for the function machine for the given values.

log 16.9=1.23
log2^152=9
log2^1=0
log0.046=1.34

thank you

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1. log base ten of 16.9 = 1.23

log2 (512 not 152) = 9
because
base^log x = x
2^9 = 512

log 1 = 0 for any base at all
because
any base^0 = 1

log base 10 = log10(.046) = -1.34 that is NEGATIVE 1.34

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